In yesterday’s blog post Talker or Listener? I spoke about how some people seems to do nothing but talk all the times, while others tend to keep in the background and just listen to all that’s going on.

Have you ever noticed how those who have a lot to say for themselves and often those who get themselves into trouble more because of what they’ve said? The following quote by Frank Tyger beautifully illustrates this:

Be a good listener. Your ears will never get you in trouble

It’s so true, isn’t it? By listening to what others have to say to us, we cannot get ourselves into trouble. We only manage that when we talk about what we’ve heard!

God needs good listeners. people that others can confide in. If you’re more of a talker than a listener, ask God today to help you be a better listener.

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